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Why they have 1 pixel between 2 objects. (Affinity designer)


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Short answer: just ignore it.

This is artifacts caused by antialiasing and common thing in many vector software but not only Affinity.
Export the artwork to PNG or PDF. you won't see the gap if you created the artwork properly.
It's only on the editing screen.

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Just now, ashf said:

Short answer: just ignore it.

This is artifacts caused by antialiasing and common thing in many vector software but not only Affinity.
Export the artwork to PNG or PDF. you won't see the gap if you created the artwork properly.
It's only on editing screen.

I think ignore it is not a solution. How to know when ignore it? In my case white lines are in PDF.

 

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11 minutes ago, anto said:

How to know when ignore it? In my case white line is in PDF.

 

As I mentioned, you will see the gap on the editing screen of Affinity.
But you won't see the gap in Acrobat Reader.
I opened Untitled.pdf you uploaded in Acrobat, there's no gap.

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Just now, ashf said:

As I mentioned, you will see the gap on editing screen.
But you won't see the gap in Acrobat Reader.
I opened Untitled.pdf you uploaded in Acrobat, there's no gap.

Open Untitled5.pdf. There are many gaps.

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1 minute ago, anto said:

Open Untitled5.pdf

That's because you created the object as an image(raster format).
If you want to export an artwork in raster format:
1. use pixel unit
2. objects should not have sub-pixel(decimal point) size/position.
3. align objects to pixel grid.

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Just now, ashf said:

That's because you created the object as an image(raster format).
If you want to export an artwork in raster format:
1. use pixel unit
2. objects should not have sub-pixel(decimal point) size/position.
3. align objects to pixel grid.

Did not understand first two points.

I Rasterized side columns and gaps dissapeared.

Thanks. Works.

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